Business Information Systems Students
This portal is a collection of 25 games the students of Business Information Systems from Tampere University of Applied Sciences have created in collaboration with the Museum Centre Vapriikki.
Each spring the students of Business Information Systems from Tampere University of Applied Sciences take part in a working life simulation where all their courses are connected to a game project done to a client. In the spring 2017 the students received five different commissions from Museum Centre Vapriikki. The students created games for The Finnish Museum of Games, Postal Museum, The Dolls’ Story –exhibition, Natural History Museum of Tampere and Museum Centre Vapriikki as a whole.
The games created during the project help to get people acquainted with the Museum Centre and its different museums, teach, guide and raise interest. The Android games can be downloaded from this portal for free. Welcome to experiences!
Vapriikki Museum Centre offers something for visitors of all ages. Orienteering games made for smartphones help visitors get acquainted with the museum centre’s versatile supply. Collect various objects, photos and items from the exhibitions and advance in the game. And best of all, these games can be played together with friends and family!
Sometimes games can be scary or otherwise confusing and bewildering. In mobile games made especially for The Finnish Museum of Games, gamers can safely get acquainted with the dark side of games. Go on and try what stopping the evil Antigamer from taking over the world or exploring Jamppa’s subconscious feel like!
The doll museum first opened its doors in the old henhouse of Haihara Manor in 1966, when the lady of the manor Mrs. Gunvor Ekroos wanted to share her collection with the public. The new exhibition highlights the finest and most peculiar dolls of the collection, which have seen all kinds of things over the years. Join us in learning more about the dangerous lives of dolls!
The Postal Museum lets visitors explore various phenomena related to postal services and mail communications. The exhibition ‘Messengers’ casts light on the Finnish postal services from various points of view. In the Postal Museum’s mobile games, you can explore changes in messaging over the centuries all the way to the present day.
FINLANDIA 2017 is the biggest philatelic (stamp collecting) exhibition in Europe and it’s held from 24th to 28th of May at Tampere Hall. Philatelists display their collections in frames and compete for medals. FINLANDIA 2017 mobile games help to navigate among the mass of stamps and lure people into their exciting world. Explore the visuality of stamps and the wide knowledge contained in them!
The Natural History Museum of Tampere offers varied experiences which focus on the natural environment. This exhibition presents the history of life and biological diversity in the Tampere region through our many senses, and it also displays topical natural phenomena. In the mobile games made for the Natural History Museum, you can familiarize yourself with natural diversity through solving various problems animals and humans experience in nature, often with surprising results!